We need your help on something very important. We're working on a legal challenge to the huge 9 county 101 city regional plan here in the San Francisco Bay: One Bay Area. This regional plan is different from the others in the US and we believe it's a prototype for forced implementation of UN Agenda 21's 'Islands of Human Habitation'.
Plan Bay Area/One Bay Area includes Priority Development Areas (see attached map) that are targeted to contain 80% of the residential and 66% of the commercial development over the next 25 years. This is extremely important because it is a violation of the 5th and the 14th amendments (takings/due process/just compensation, and equal protection) and will restrict development to less than 4% of the land area in the SF Bay Area. These PDAs are within Urban Growth Boundaries but create new de facto urban growth boundaries because people who own property within the UGBs will not be able to develop unless (presumably) 80% of the population increase has already been accommodated within the PDAs. Read The Full Story
States may consider lowering the standard for drunken driving to the level of a single dry martini after a recommendation Tuesday from the National Transportation Safety Board.
The NTSB wants state legislatures to drop the measure from the current blood-alcohol level of .08 to .05, about that caused by a dry martini or two beers in a 160-pound person. The .08 standard could allow the same person to drive legally after two beers or a couple of margaritas, according to a University of Oklahoma calculator. Read The Full Story
omewhere between the devil and the deep blue sea, there is truth. Today a friend of mine, who home-schools her children, received an invitation to the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC for a home-schoolers’ Fall celebration. (See promo below) The theme? What else…but “Sustainability!!” The irony of seducing children into a “celebration” of self-imposed deprivation, but holding the celebration at a massive home that represents the grand success of capitalism, is a stretch of the imagination….don’t you think? Actually there is a trend of wealthy foundations funding the indoctrination of children to not aspire to the high measure of success that built those foundations. Google that. You’ll find thousands of them. The irony is beyond description. If you have never been to the Biltmore, you have missed seeing a glorious example of architecture and landscape from the heady days of our growing economy in the late 1800?s and early 1900?s. The Vanderbilt fortune built this place for family enjoyment, entertaining, and to house a collection of beautiful art and history pieces. I loved to go there years ago. Truly, it is gorgeous and one of my favorite places in North Carolina. Now they are pushing the “Sustainability” ideology to tourists and as you can see, students. They have also wrecked part of the landscape with a large section of solar panels. It’s a shame. Et tu Biltmore? Read The Full Story